The 16th century cheesemakers who first made the cheese known as cheddar knew little of the popularity of their cheese centuries later outside of England and even the Western world! In fact, many countries have produced their own variations of cheddar over the decades and centuries including:
- Grafton Classic Reserve Cheddar: This is a raw milk cheddar that’s been aged for 2 years in the rolling hills of the US state of Vermont. This aged cheddar surprisingly lacks the bitterness that comes with many other mature cheddars. It really goes well with dried fruits, nuts, wines, and crusty breads.
- Collier’s Cheddar: This cheddar cheese was traditionally enjoyed by many generations of coal miners in Wales. This is a very energy dense cheese made from pasteurized cow’s milk which has been key to sustaining miners’ hunger as they worked for hours on end underground.
- Red Leaf Cheddar: As the name suggests, this is one of the finest Canadian cheddars out there. It’s aged over 12 months and comes with a sweet flavor and crumbly texture which makes it an ideal pairing with ale.
- Great Ocean Road Cheddar: Now try a sharp white cheddar from Down Under! This cheese is made from the milk of cows that feed on the lush pastures of southern Australia where the cool winds from the Southern Pacific Ocean make for an ideal environment for the grass, the cows, and a place to age the cheese.
- igourmet.com Signature Cheese Serving Knife: If you love consuming large quantities of cheese like me, you’ll want a knife that’s cut for the job (no pun intended)!
- Mini Toast: While this isn’t a cheese by itself, it goes along quite well with any of the cheeses here. You can eat it together with sliced pieces of cheese or shred the cheese to add to your salads along with these mini toasts as croutons.
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